848 news items tagged Wistron
Trade war to impose 3 major challenges for production relocationThursday 13 June 2019
The US-China trade war is disrupting IT supply chains and presenting three major challenges to makers trying to move production lines from China - difficulty in building complete...
Notebook component makers taking actions to cushion US-China trade war impactWednesday 12 June 2019
Taiwan-based notebook component makers at the moment have come up with two different approaches to shipping their products to ODMs, as they closely monitor the development of the...
Notebook ODMs see shipments rise in MayWednesday 12 June 2019
Major notebook ODMs all saw their shipments pick up in May compared to a month ago, and expect volumes to continue rising in June, boosting their overall second-quarter totals by...
Taiwan ODMs expect server demand to pick up in 2H19Tuesday 11 June 2019
Taiwan-based ODMs, such as Quanta Computer, Wiwynn and Inventec, all expect demand for datacenter servers to pick up in the second half of 2019.
Wiwynn considering setting up server plant in USTuesday 4 June 2019
Wiwynn, a datacenter server making subsidiary of Wistron, is evaluating the feasibility of setting up a manufacturing site in the US to fulfill orders from its local customers in...
Taiwan LCD monitors – 1Q 2019Tuesday 4 June 2019
Taiwan's PC monitor shipments continued enjoying on-year growth in the first quarter of 2019, rising 5.6%.
Notebook ODMs prepare production in Taiwan for possible US tariff hikeMonday 27 May 2019
The notebook industry has been making adjustments as ODMs brace for the impacts of increased US tariffs on Chinese goods by increasing production in Taiwan.
Less than a quarter of Taiwan monitor shipments to be impacted by US tariff hike, says Digitimes ResearchMonday 27 May 2019
Some of Taiwan's monitor makers have begun looking for suitable production sites outside of China, as they brace for the 25% tariffs on Chinese goods. But only around 23% of Taiwan's...
Taiwan server, network equipment makers gaining from US-China trade warTuesday 21 May 2019
Taiwan suppliers of servers and network communication modules have seen orders mount significantly as their clients in the US and Europe have moved to boost ratios of shipments from...
Global AIO PC shipment forecast and industry analysis, 2019Tuesday 14 May 2019
Global all-in-one (AIO) PC shipments will continue shrinking in 2019, following 2018's around 2% on-year drop. With issues such as US-China trade tensions and Intel's CPU shortages,...
ASEAN supply chains to develop fast as server, network equipment makers move production from ChinaMonday 13 May 2019
Taiwan makers of servers, wireless networking communications equipment and desktop motherboards are stepping up relocation of production lines from China to Southeast Asia or back...
Notebook ODMs eyeing shipment growths in 2Q19 despite setbacks in AprilMonday 13 May 2019
Most Taiwan-based notebook ODMs are still eyeing sequential shipment growths for the second quarter of 2019 despite decreased notebook shipments in April, according to industry sou...
Taiwan LCD TVs – 1Q 2019Friday 10 May 2019
Taiwan's LCD TV shipments plunged 35.5% sequentially to reach only 6.26 million units in the first quarter of 2019 due mainly to seasonality and decreased ODM/OEM orders.
Global server market – 1Q 2019Monday 6 May 2019
Global server shipments amounted to 3.26 million units in first-quarter 2019, down 10.7% compared to the prior quarter and 9.4% to the corresponding period of 2018.
Taiwan notebooks – 1Q 2019Thursday 2 May 2019
Taiwan's notebook shipments were weaker than expected in the first quarter of 2019, down 16.3% sequentially and nearly 3% on year to come to 26.3 million units.
Wistron Medical offers smart hemodialysis solutionThursday 18 April 2019
Wistron Medical Technology has provided a smart hemodialysis solution, BestShape, for four hospitals in Taiwan, according to the company.
Notebook ODMs see rising shipments in MarchMonday 15 April 2019
Quanta Computer saw its March notebook shipments rise by almost one million units on month to arrive at 2.8 million units, while Compal Electronics' volumes picked up 75% on month...
Inspur headhunting talent from Taiwan ODMsWednesday 3 April 2019
China-based server vendor Inspur has been aggressively headhunting talent from Taiwan-based ODMs including Quanta Computer, Wistron and Inventec for its R&D office in Taiwan,...
Wistron NeWeb 2018 EPS meets guidanceThursday 14 March 2019
Networking device maker Wistron NeWeb has reported net profits of NT$1.929 billion (US$62.4 million) for 2018, down 6.36% on year. EPS for 2018 came to NT$5.21, which met the company's...
Taiwan LCD TVs – 4Q 2018Tuesday 12 March 2019
Taiwan makers shipped nearly 9.7 million LCD TVs in the fourth quarter of 2018, up 13.9% sequentially, but down 2.7% on year.
Taiwan LCD monitors – 4Q 2018Wednesday 27 February 2019
Taiwan's monitor shipments maintained its on-year growth momentum in the fourth quarter of 2018, increasing 5.1% on year to arrive at 21.39 million units.
Taiwan monitor shipments continue rising on year in 4Q18, says Digitimes ResearchWednesday 27 February 2019
Taiwan-based makers saw their combined shipments of monitors increase on year for the fourth consecutive quarter in the fourth quarter of 2018, according to Digitimes Research.
Wiwynn expects slow cloud computing market in 2019, but fast growth to resume in 2020Friday 22 February 2019
After experiencing a rapidly growing 2018, the cloud computing market is expected to slow down in 2019 for some correction before fast growth resumes in 2020, according to Wiwynn...
Top-5 notebook vendors see shipments fall 21% in January, says Digitimes ResearchWednesday 20 February 2019
The top-5 notebook brands saw better-than-expected results with combined shipments falling 21% on month in January 2019, as the market has entered the slow season in the first quarter,...
Global notebook shipments to fall 13% in 1Q19, says Digitimes ResearchFriday 15 February 2019
Worldwide notebook shipments are forecast to decrease only 12.9% sequentially in the first quarter of 2019 as vendors are still seeing some unfulfilled demand created by the CPU shortages...